Renewed Active Ventilation System

The new Active Ventilation System from Van Dijk Heating has been amplified with a heat regulator to save even more energy. Also, the casing is now entirely made of polypropylene.

With on-going sustainable development in the greenhouse sector, and the rising demand for energy efficiency, many growers are trying to improve nursery climate control. The AVS system is designed to provide active ventilation, bringing in dryer air from outside.

The polypropylene casing of the new unit has more effective isolating abilities. The UV-resistant material will mute sound levels more successfully – an important benefit for greenhouse employees.

The so-called WTW system also regulates the climate more effectively. The CV-element is replaced with a heat regulator, capable of warming up cold air coming in from outside. Users can choose between several ways of ventilation and circulation, adjustable through a series of valves.

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